Based on the limit equilibrium theory, a method toapproximately estimate the capacity of the foundation has proposed here and has applied to analysis theaffection to the horizontal capacity from the vertical load and the bending moment which is imposed on thefoundation.

In the construction process of Yongningjiang and Donghaitang dike,the extrusion failure often occurs in the dike foundation due to the vertical load, so the foundation soil is squeezed out,this results in the ground near the dike uplifted and the dike body subsidised.

In this paper, the complete expressions of stress and displaeement of thick rectangular plate of simple support subjected to vertical load are derived from Lame Equation by selecting a displacement function.

The method in this article is used to calculate the internal force of curved beam on the action of concentrated vertical loads or used to approximately calculate the internal forces of curved beams under the action of vertical distributed load.

Based on the Boussinesq method, the mechanical characteristics of buried pipelines under vertical loads are calculated and analyzed, and the additional vertical and horizontal load on pipelines was obtained.

This paper analyzed the mechanical properties of the pavement on the simply supported slab bridge under horizontal and vertical loads with ANSYS and the influences of the loading location, modulus of elasticity and thickness of the pavement are discussed in detail. The mechanical properties of the pavement are well known and provide the theoretical basis for establishing codes.

The paper presents a simplified analysis on working behaviour and design calculation of the guyed portal tower subjected with combined lateral vertical loads.

② The maximum stress of crown after plerosis and rest teeth was compared. Under 100N vertical loading, the restoration receiving power condition of tooth using alloy post inlay restoration technique was better than that of using complete tooth, besides, the effect of nichrome was better than that of rhotanium.

The dynamic reaction of two machine foundations under the action of level loading,vertical loading and level shaking loading is analyzed when the distance changes; and also,comparison is made with the dynamic reaction in the case of the corresponding loading when there is the single-unit machine foundation.

Presents four conventional calculation methods i.e. the Technical specification for directly buried heating pipeline engineering in city method, Marston load method, Г·К·Клейн method and prism load method.

After many projects for material system (concrete or steel) and structural system are analyzed, the final structural system which makes use of the longitude and woof of the sphere is chosen.

2. Since there are less test-experience on the bearing capacity of footings on inhomogeneous medium in home or abroad, model test were designed and performed to determine the bearing capacity and the mechanism with vertical and inclined loads;

According to the measured stress occurred by vertical and horizontal load on the keyway and sutura reinforcing bar and dowel, the joint work situaticn and stress distribution are analyzed, and the structure breaking process under the condition of overload is described, which provide the reference date for keyway structure design

The load transfer analytical method is applied to study the bearing mechanism of piles with vertical load in this paper.

For a bearing, the period of vibrations, vertical load-carrying capability, damping, displacement capability, and response to a tensile load can be chosen independently.

An FE tire model was used to obtain the deformed shape of the tire due to the vertical load and the pressure distribution.

The method of double fourier transform was employed in the analysis of the semi-infinite elastic foundation with vertical load.

Inelastic conical shells loaded by the central rigid boss with vertical load are studied.

In addition, dissipative static adhesive friction as a function of the normal load and the radius of probe curvature for the diamond-graphite system is derived.

Such a model is required for a priori estimation of the operational requirements (in normal load factor and attack angle), as well as for determination of possible initial errors in the motion of the launch vehicle due to the air launch.

The solutions are extended to circular distributed and strip distributed normal load.

In this study the effects of normal load, sliding speed on frictional characteristics of nonwoven and woven wipes, both dry and wetted with different liquids, against glass and floor tile surfaces have been reported.

With the increase in the normal load the coefficient of friction goes on decreasing for both nonwoven and woven wipes and this trend is observed in both dry and wet wipes.

The structure is subjected to wind loading in accordance with the Uniform Building Code (UBC) in conjunction with vertical loads (dead and live loads).

Numerical results are compared with experimental data for three different series of walls at different values of the in-plane compressive vertical loads applied.

The seismic vulnerability of some frame structures, typical of existing Reinforced Concrete buildings designed only to vertical loads, has been evaluated.

On the basis of calculating the SSS of the dam in a three-dimensional rheological formulation, we can propose a stepped scheme of the acting vertical loads, which leads to a saving of tunnel concrete.

The behavior of a half-scale panelized building model subjected to, lateral and vertical loads has been analyzed both experimentally and theoretically.

Shear difference of both undisturbed and remolded soils was compared at the same vertical loading, under the condition of the same dry density and water content from the same forest land.

The results indicate that undisturbed soils have higher shear resistance and less shear displacement than remolded soils at the same vertical loading, when both soils have the same dry density and water content under the same vegetations.

Effects of the vertical loading on the bridge structure converted into continuous spans through the "No-Joint" Method

In some MVT districts (e.g., Tri-State and Central Tennessee), mineralization took place atop an orogenic forebulge, a low-amplitude (a few hundred meters), long-wavelength (100-200?km) swell formed by vertical loading of the foreland plate.

Landing mechanics for the initial contact period were characterized using lead limb vertical loading and stiffness, and trail limb un-weighting.

A simplified space frame analysis of pile-supported pier struc- ture is proposed based on the assumption that the lateral flexural rigidity of the beam-girder-slab superstructure is very large in comp arison with the lateral flexural rigidity of pile bents such that under lateral loading only rigid body lateral movements and rotation result, And under combined loading with vertical as well as lateral loading, the pier structure system is considered to be a beam-girder-pile space frame composed of bar elements...

A simplified space frame analysis of pile-supported pier struc- ture is proposed based on the assumption that the lateral flexural rigidity of the beam-girder-slab superstructure is very large in comp arison with the lateral flexural rigidity of pile bents such that under lateral loading only rigid body lateral movements and rotation result, And under combined loading with vertical as well as lateral loading, the pier structure system is considered to be a beam-girder-pile space frame composed of bar elements with each joint node having three degrees of freedom in addition to the three rigid body system move- ments. Thus, sufficient accuracy could be obtained through such a simplified space analysis with much less computing efforts than a much rigorous space analysis which is nearly impracticable. Several experimental model testings have been carried out for ver- ification of the analysis with good agreements. Among them, a five- span pier model has been tested for its deformation and stress distri- bution in the space frame under lateral and vertical loadings. Some calculation examples also have been worked out for the inv- estigation of the difference between the space analysis and the conve- ntional plane frame analysis and the characteristics of stress distribu- tion of space frame under different loading conditions.

The ■aw of the distribution of stresses and the problem of critical stresses in an elastic two-layer system under vertical,horizontal and their resultant load uniformly distributed on a circular area were studied respectively on the basis of investigation results for stresses and displacements in an elastic two-layer system under horizontal load uniformly distributed on a circular area.From extensive calculation,it has been found that for a single wheel load:(1)generlaly, The maximum tensile stress occurs under...

The ■aw of the distribution of stresses and the problem of critical stresses in an elastic two-layer system under vertical,horizontal and their resultant load uniformly distributed on a circular area were studied respectively on the basis of investigation results for stresses and displacements in an elastic two-layer system under horizontal load uniformly distributed on a circular area.From extensive calculation,it has been found that for a single wheel load:(1)generlaly, The maximum tensile stress occurs under the center of the loaded area at the bottom of the upper layer under vertical load;However,when thickness of the upper layer is thinner,the maximum tensile stress occurs at some distance from the center; (2)In most case,the maximum shear stress is located in edge of the loaded area on the surface of the upper layer under resultant load. Under dual-wheels load:(1)The maximum tensile stress usually are found on the vertical axis through center of the loaded area at the bottom of the upper layer under vertical load;However,if the layer thickness is bigger or the thickness is thinner and the modular ratio between lower and upper layer(E_2/E_1)is greater than or equal to 0.2,it occurs at a number of distance from the center of the loaded area;The effect of horizonlal load on the maximum tensile stress is quite small and therefor can be neglected;(2)The maximum values of shear stress are found in edge of the loaded area on the surface of the upper layer under resultant load. For a three-layered system or multiple-wheel loads,the calculated method presented in this paper can be also adapted accordingly. For practical purpose,the nomograms are also presented.

This paper gives a simplified grophical method for determining the radial stresses between stratum on the symmetrical axis of a semi-infinite elastic three layered system under a circular uniform load.Two contact conditions between stratum are included:(1)The contact area in the intermediate layer are non-resistant and the contact area between the intermediate and the lower layers is continunous. (2)The contact areas between the upper,intermediate and lower layers are contnunous.By use of these graphics,an approximate...

This paper gives a simplified grophical method for determining the radial stresses between stratum on the symmetrical axis of a semi-infinite elastic three layered system under a circular uniform load.Two contact conditions between stratum are included:(1)The contact area in the intermediate layer are non-resistant and the contact area between the intermediate and the lower layers is continunous. (2)The contact areas between the upper,intermediate and lower layers are contnunous.By use of these graphics,an approximate method for calculating the radial stresses between strattm of a semi-infinite elastic multiple lyaered system is presented.